Being various and useful essays on 16th and 17th century English and American colonial history, material culture and reenactment.The_Blood_and_Sawdust_Blog/The_Blood_and_Sawdust_Blog.html
 
What is Tom working on now?The_Blood_and_Sawdust_Blog/Shop_Log_Archive.html
Steld targett with a gret bosseSteld_targett_with_a_gret_bosse.html
A 17th Century Livery CupboardA_17th_Century_Livery_Cupboard.html
Tryangle stolys for my LordTryangle_stolys_for_my_Lord.html
Making a Knock-down Hutch (Chest)Making_a_Knock-Down_Hutch_%28Chest%29.html
Medieval Carpenters’ Tools (PDF)http://www.bloodandsawdust.com/TOOLS.PDF
Building a 16th Century WheelbarrowBuilding_a_16th_Century_Wheelbarrow.html
A Four-Post Backstool with a Rush-Woven SeatA_Four-Post_Backstool_with_a_Rush-Woven_Seat.html
Building a 16th Century Turned ChairBuilding_a_16th_Century_Turned_Chair.html
A Miscellany of Frequently Asked QuestionsA_Miscellany_of_Frequently_Asked_Question.html
About the Shaving HorseAbout_the_Shaving_Horse.html
Some Notes on Paints and FinishesSome_Notes_on_Paints_and_Finishes.html
Lathes Part 1: About Medieval and Renaissance LathesLathes_Part_1__About_Medieval_and_Renaissance_Lathes.html
Lathes Part 2: Building a Flywheel Treadle LatheLathes_Part_2__Building_a_Flywheel_Treadle_Lathe.html
Lathes Part 3: Building a "Not So Great Wheel"Lathes_Part_3__Building_a_%22Not_So_Great_Wheel.html
Lathes Part 4: Building a Portable Spring PoleLathes_Part_4__Building_a_Portable_Spring_Pole.html
Blood and Sawdust Photo AlbumBlood_and_Sawdust_Photo_Albums/Blood_and_Sawdust_Photo_Albums.html
Recommended ReadingRecommended_Reading.html
Making Tusk Tenons for Knockdown Furniture (PDF File)http://www.bloodandsawdust.com/sca/tusktenons.pdf
Sign the Blood and Sawdust Guestbookhttp://www.bloodandsawdust.com/HGB/index.php
Furnishing Your EncampmentFurnishing_Your_Period_Encampment.html